GE Healthcare’s (GEHC) disappointing earnings offer a lesson and an opportunity

An examination with a CT scanner is prepared in the emergency room of the university hospital (UKJ) in Jena, Germany. The GE Healthcare scanner is called the Revolution CT.

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GE Healthcare shares sank Tuesday after the company’s first-quarter sales and profits fell slightly short of the Wall Street consensus. The shortfall is disappointing, but the stock’s steep sell-off is an overreaction and creates an opportunity for investors.


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